August 2016

Policing the Planet

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Code Pink on Drafting Women into the Military

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Human Shields as Preemptive Legal Defense for Killing Civilians

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Turkey Invades Syria, America Spins The Bottle

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Ukraine and the Dumbed-Down New York Times Columnist

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Brazil’s Dilma Rousseff, a Woman of Honor, Confronts Senate of Scoundrels

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Playing the Lesser Evil Game to the Hilt

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Dakota Access Pipeline Tribal Liaison Formerly Worked For Agency Issuing Permit

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Has Turkey Overplayed Its Hand in Syria?

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Why Hillary is the Perfect Person to Secure Obama’s Legacy

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The New Cold War Between the US and China

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Ending California’s Machinery of Death

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Women, Party Politics, and the Power of the Naked Body

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A Letter from Takae, Okinawa

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How Did Syria and the Rest Do in the Olympics?

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Arms Dealing Is Subject of Hollywood Comedy

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The Politics of Bigotry: Trump and the Black Voter

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Matt Funiciello and the Giant Sucking Sound Coming Off Lake Champlain

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Three Cheers for Kaepernick: Is Sitting During the National Anthem an Acceptable Form of Protest?

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Sorrow and Grace in Palestine

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Why We Should All Remain Seated: the Anti-Muslim Origins of “The Star-Spangled Banner”

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Transformative Movement Culture and the Inside/Outside Strategy: Do We Want to Win the Argument or Build the Movement?

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Pathology, Incorporated: the Facade of American Democracy

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Fredric Jameson’s War Machine

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How Did the West Survive a Much Stronger Soviet Union and Warsaw Pact?

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The Racism of the Nagasaki and Hiroshima Bombings

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In Ukraine: Independence From the People

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Turkey Breaks Out in Jarablus as Fear and Loathing Grip Europe

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A Birthday Gift to the National Parks: the Maine Woods National Monument

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Indigenous Property Rights and the Dakota Access Pipeline

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August 22, 2017
Edward Hunt
The U.S. is Fanning the Flames of Violence in Mexico
James Bovard
My Antiwar Awakening From a Boozing Baltimore Vet
Richard Greeman
Racism: North and South
Gregory Barrett
The Karma of Terror
Robert Fisk
Pig’s Blood Bullets: Trump’s Big Lie About the Philippines
Howard Lisnoff
The Streets: the Only Place Where Democracy Lives
Michael J. Sainato
Police Have Made No Arrests Over Charlottesville Assault of 20 Year-Old Deandre Harris
Dan Bacher
Winnemem Wintu, Fishing Groups Sue to Block Ecosystem-Killing Delta Tunnels
Monica Bond
A Wildlife Hero Lost, But His Legacy Lives On
Binoy Kampmark
Target Finding for the Empire: the NSA and the Pine Gap Facility
Dana Cook
Encounters With Dick Gregory: From Malcolm X to Howard Zinn
Tom Gill
Italy’s Water Crisis is a Private Affair
Barbara Nimri Aziz
Another Palestinian-American Deported: the Case of Rasmea Odeh
Vern Loomis
Blood and Soil: Hey Joe, Where You Goin?
August 21, 2017
Anthony DiMaggio
A Plea for Nonviolence: Fighting Fascism in Trump’s America
Robert Hunziker
The National Climate Assessment and National Park Neglect
Matthew Hoh
The Lies on Afghanistan 
Kenneth Surin
Narratives of Decline Among the US and UK Elites
Timothy B. Tyson
The History We Leave Out of Our Public Spaces
John Laforge
“We Burned Down Every Town in North Korea”
Gary Leupp
Trump and the Impending Statue Battles
Dave Lindorff
The Virtues of Tearing Down Statues Depends on Where They are Standing
Susan Babbitt
Why the Surprise About North Korea’s Resistance?
Uri Avnery
The Egg of Columbus 
Andre Vltchek
The World Remembers 64th Anniversary of the West-Sponsored Coup in Iran
Jimmy Centeno
The Gentrification of LA: Fight on Boyle Heights
Raouf Halaby
To Remove or Not to Remove?
Mel Gurtov
Trump’s Collapsing World
Victor Grossman
Charlottesville and Thuringia
Lydia Howell
Racist Masks Ripped Off in Charlottesville
Nyla Ali Khan
The Woman Question in South Asia
Weekend Edition
August 18, 2017
Friday - Sunday
Paul Street
Why Trump Could Be Gone Before 2020
John Steppling
America Asleep
Jeffrey St. Clair
To See or to Nazi: Trump’s Moral Blindspot is America’s
Vincent Emanuele
The Fetishization of Violence: Reflections on Charlottesville, WWII and Activism
Peter A. Coclanis
Why Trump Isn’t a Populist
Rob Urie
Imperial Death Spiral
Sam Husseini
How “Both Sides” Forge U.S. Supremacy: the Nationalistic Hypocrisies of “Violence” and “Free Speech”
David Rosen
Permanent War, Permanent Failure
Patrick Cockburn
Endtimes in Mosul
Dave Lindorff
Discovering Racism and Then Discovering It Anew
Richard Hardigan
Israel Continues Its Attack on Palestinian Freedom of Expression
Alexander Cockburn
Two Sides to Every Issue: the Tedium Twins Debate the Crucifixion, Slavery and Cannibalism
Pete Dolack
Life Under Capitalism: Early Deaths a ‘Silver Lining’ for Corporations
John Laforge
Peace Camp and War Games at Harvest Time
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